Diego just turned eighteen. He is called Diego to honor the memory of Diego Armando Maradona, but he doesn’t love soccer and doesn’t live in Naples. At least not anymore. Following the death of his mother he moved to the outskirts of Rome with his father, Franco. However, he seems to get more along with the refugees living in the building next door than with his classmates. He spends his days alone until his father is forced to welcome in his house Tea, a young woman with a fierce personality and a big secret. The forced cohabitation between Diego and Tea will be his coming of age story, the understanding that the line between good and bad, right and wrong, refugee and Italian, winner and won can be very thin.